Maryland Center for Adult Training maintains the following accreditations, approvals and memberships with
The Maryland Higher Education Commission serves as the state’s regulator of private career schools (PCS). It sets academic and financial standards and takes legal action when necessary to protect students. No private career school may operate in Maryland without Commission approval. Maryland has over 150 private career schools from which to choose that offer everything from cosmetology to medical imaging. If your goal is to get into the allied health field, you can find training in one of dozens of Maryland private career schools. If you are interested in the beauty/personal appearance field, Maryland has more than 30 related private career schools. The bottom line is there is a private career school to suit many different interests. On this site, you will find a list of Maryland’s private career schools. You will also find out how to open a private career school, information on closed private career schools and outcomes for each approved program, which includes enrollment, completion rate and pass rate of graduates on any licensure examination.
The Board of Nursing operates under the Maryland Nurse Practice Act, Health Occupations Article, Section 8. The Board has authority to adopt regulations as necessary to carry out provisions of the law. The Board is mandated to regulate the practice of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Certified Medication Technicians, Licensed Electrologists, and Licensed Direct Entry Midwives
MCAT is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institute. In compliance with relevant federal and state civil rights legislation, it does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, or physical disability in the operation of its educational program or activities: admission, access to programs and course offerings, counseling and use of facilities.